He had to treat the OU deal with kid gloves, but admitted that he was very disappointed in the disparity of treatment that we received with respect to OU's violations, which were clearly much worse. He indicated that he felt that the Neuhisel infractions and the Jeremy Bloom situation might have played into the heavy handed approach the NCAA took. That was a candid admission, I thought. When he started as AD, the athletic department received 4% of it's operating budget from the school, down from 46% in 1990. It's now back up to 24%. While he said he doesn't think they need it to go back up to 46%, he's still looking at increasing the figure from 24%. Hank Brown was instrumental in recruiting both Hawkins and Bzdelik to come coach here. While he will certainly be missed, Bohn stressed that Bud Peterson (CU-Boulder chancellor) is committed to a strong athletic department and will continue to be a champion for improvements there. Forget hockey, it isn't going to happen any time soon, if ever. The two sports that will be brought back first are baseball and women's lacrosse. No specific timetable was established for those sports. He spent a lot of time discussing the culture surrounding CU athletics, and that he's seen a significant improvement in the last year or so. Having said that, he still feels like there is a lot of work to be done and improvements to be made. He stressed all of the facilities upgrades that are in the works like the indoor practice facility, the basketball operations offices, improvemetns to the basketball lockerooms, overhead scoreboard at the CEC, and improvements to Potts Field.